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Friday, October 07, 2011

Bride Uses Karate Moves on new Husband


Monday, August 29, 2011

Bride Swan Attack

All she wants to do is feed the cute swan. What does she get for her trouble?  

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Wedding Day Rainout? No Way!

This story came from M. Wells of Remsen, NY

Our wedding was a complete washout! We had scheduled our wedding for June 18, 2011 months in advance.

We had a beautiful ceremony planned in the town of Barneveld, New York where there is has been a beautiful park built overlooking the majestic Trenton Falls.

So, our wedding day arrived and there we were sitting at Morey’s bar which was located one block west of Mappa Hall where we were to hold the reception, staring out the windows watching the rain fall; seemingly by the bucket loads.

Kim, my beautiful bride, was totally dejected. Her chin was dragging the floor so hard I was worried she’d develop a callous or get a splinter.

We were standing around praying the rain would quit by 2pm - wedding time - and it was 1:30 when I had a grand idea:

I jumped up and said, “Its raining, yes! But… does anyone hear any thunder?”

I slowly made the brightest smile possible and said, “I don’t either! A little water never hurt anyone… and if there is no lightening, there’s no reason we can’t still have the wedding we planned.” I said, “why, in my army days we called that ‘liquid sunshine’.”

A Few people brought umbrellas, some had raincoats and at 2pm, we stomped out across the street through the rain and puddles, and we had our wedding.

Afterward, while drying off at the reception hall, Kim looked at me with her big blue eyes and said, “Thank you for being you today.”

Wasn't this a sweet story?  If you have a sweet, funny, or unusual wedding or honeymoon story, we'd love to post it.

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Monday, March 07, 2011

Share your up-coming Wedding Plans with Us

It is nearing the Wedding Season. Do you have special plans you’d like to share with readers from all over the world?

Please send in your unique, funny or romantic wedding plans and I’ll post them here on this blog.

Maybe you have a sky diving adventure planned, or maybe you plan to be married while wearing 1970’s afro wigs; whatever it is, we want to hear it.

Saturday, March 05, 2011

Ashley Parks & Michael Golsby Wedding

The following pictures were taken at a very nice outdoor wedding at Karoli Park in West Monroe, Louisiana. 

The weather was rather cold and a little rainy, but that didn't dampen the spirits of the wedding pary or the quests.

I took the following pictures of various people and activities taking place at the event.

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Silly White Horse Saddle Slider Western Wedding

This Came From Sarah R.  of Rocky Branch, LA

I read the story of the Grand Canyon Wedding posted on your site and laughed my tail off! After reading it, I had to share my own story.

My husband and I are big fans of the television show, “Walker: Texas Ranger” and we wanted a wedding with the feel of a modern western where everyone had cowboy hats and boots on.

After the outdoor wedding, my husband and I were going to ride away on a white horse.

We rented the horse and the saddle but I didn’t know how to put it on him. I assumed all men knew how to do that so I didn’t question Tom’s ability to do so.

So, there we were following the ceremony. Tom mounted the horse, then reached down to help me up. As soon as my weight was off the ground, the saddle slid.

It was funny because I tried to catch Tom as he fell over, and I fell flat on my back. He fell sprawled out on top of me with his face buried deep in my cleavage!

Seeing we weren’t hurt, people started laughing. My brother-in-law remarked, “Can’t you wait till you get a room?”

Wednesday, February 09, 2011

Lost Wallet Wedding Blessing

This story comes to us from Lisa D.  of Johnson, TN

Our wedding took months to plan. We’d go to the Church to get married, then meet at the Brandi House later for the reception, Toward the end of the evening, we were to sneak away to our honeymoon.

After we each said, “I do”, George told me he lost his wallet. I looked at him and gave him back his words, “You lost your wallet!?”

He started explaining how he had to fix his pants at his brother’s house earlier, and that if she could stall everyone at the Church, he’d get the wallet and the key that was in it, to unlock the Brandi House doors.

Little did we know, while I was stalling all the guests at the church, across town the Brandi House was in flames.

According to the fire department, there was a gas leak in the kitchen. The Fire Marshall’s report said the pilot light under the hot water heater ignited the room full of natural gas causing an explosion.

If George had not misplaced that wallet, someone would have been in that kitchen when it exploded.

Sometimes little inconveniences happen for a reason.